If you are a Christian then you need to seek out Christian counseling; not a secular counselor. Would you take your pet to a regular doctor or to a vet? I am talking specifics here. It will make ALL the difference in the world if you can find a Christian counselor in your area. Do an internet search. If he/she is an hour away, but it is doable, then do it. Talking about your issues and from a Christian standpoint will not make any sense to an unbeliever. They will not be able to give you wise counsel from that Christian perspective. A Christian counselor will pray for you. The ones I have known always pray for their patients. They have that God-given interest in you as a fellow believer--to hear your struggles and possibly be able to empathize with you if they have struggled, as well with something. And all Christians have struggled with something in their lives. Right?
Now, there are good doctors and bad ones. There are good (name of category of people here) and bad ones. So, just as there are good Christian counselors--there are some that are not that helpful. OR, their beliefs do not mesh with the Bible, as they should. I ran into that one. I had known this counselor for a while at other times in my life. Then we had a discussion about homosexuality. His response was (summarized here), "Shouldn't all people who love each other be allowed to marry?" Ummmm.....NO. So, needless to say, I ended that counselor relationship. I can and do love people without agreeing with their lifestyle. We are called to love all people. Check out the Bible if you need reassurance. It's there.
Ask God for wisdom and discernment regarding your search for a psychiatrist/doctor and Christian counselor. "If any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him." (James 1:5 NIV). I believe God will direct you to the right path. You might be surprised where that path will lead and the blessings you gain from it. Be ready to receive those tools for your mental toolbox and use them when needed. The Holy Spirit within you is your biggest 'tool' that can guide you where you ought to go.